Ankle & Heel Pain
Ankle and heel pain is a particularly common complaint in both men and women. There are several common causes for pain in the ankle and pain in the heel. It is necessary to make a correct diagnosis of the cause, so that you can avoid any further injury and properly being treatment.
Below we shall look at some of the most frequent causes for ankle or heel pain & you will learn how you may start your journey to becoming PAIN FREE 100% naturally without the use of drugs or steroids.
Is ankle pain or heel pain stopping you from jogging... playing sports... wearing your favorite pair of shoes… or even stopping you from properly walking any distance.
The ankle is one most injury-prone parts of the body whereas the heel is easily irritated by overuse of the foot. The ankle joint is an intricate network of bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons, strong enough and both the ankle and the heel bear the whole weight of your body. Having to support this weight means that when an ankle injury or heel injury does occur then the pain can be so intense that it will generally result in an inability to participate in most physical activities. In particular ankle pain and heel pain will limit jogging, playing sports and even walking for long periods of time in severe cases. Furthermore, many people with ankle pain or heel pain find that they are restricted by which pair of shoes they can comfortably wear.
Did you know that active people and inactive people are both susceptible to heel pain and ankle pain?
As active individuals are often participating in sports, exercise or outdoor activities their heels and ankles are constantly under different loads and stresses which makes them very susceptible to injury. That said, ankle pain and heel pain is not just limited to the fit and healthy… being inactive can lead to the muscles around the heel and ankle becoming very weak, providing poor strength and support around the heel and ankle.
Is your injury acute or chronic? Knowing this could actually help expedite the recovery!
When heel or ankle pain occurs it will normally be ‘sudden and acute’ or ‘slow and chronic’. If you are able to identifying which of the 2 categories your pain falls into then this may be extremely helpful in identifying and eliminating the cause, which may then dramatically expedite the recovery.
Identifying what activity or footwear causes or increases the intensity of the pain will help allow you to develop a strategy to assist with recovery! – DOWNLOAD FREE REPORT
It is possible that the foot or ankle pain that you’re experiencing is only prominent when you are doing certain activities or wearing particular footwear. Alternatively you may be feeling constant mild-severe pain even whilst resting. Either way, the level of pain resulting from an ankle or heel injury can be extreme and also debilitating, therefore you should identify the cause as soon as possible so that you can limit any further injury and begin the process of recovering.
Common Causes of ankle and heel Pain.
It can be said that most ankle and heel pain causes fall into four main categories: tendon tear or inflammation (bursitis or tendinitis), instability, arthritis or fracture.
|(Always consult a medical professional for a proper diagnosis to ensure there is not a more serious injury or underlying cause that may need immediate medical attention.)|
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